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January 2018 Archives

Dangerous myths about marriage

Some couples in Virginia might believe what could be damaging myths about marriage. For example, they might think there is a right and a wrong way to fight and that their way of fighting means their marriage is in trouble.

Post-divorce financial planning

Virginia couples who get a divorce should have a financial plan to ensure that it does not adversely impact their financial future. Each party's financial goals after a divorce may be drastically different from those they had during their marriage. When making financial decisions, emotions should be set aside and objectivity should be the focus. There are multiple financial planning strategies that can be used to make the best decisions after a marriage comes to an end.

Preparation before filing for divorce

Many people in Virginia and elsewhere around the country choose to get divorced after the holidays. The number of divorce filings surges in January of each year. People that are planning to get divorced should do several things in order to properly prepare.

Legal separation is an option when divorce may not be

When a Virginia married couple agrees that their relationship is over, many choose to move forward with divorce. However, this may not be an option for you for many reasons, yet there are still ways you can formally end your relationship. You can do this through legal separation.

Why more couples are signing prenups

Before getting married, most Virginia couples hope that their unions will last a lifetime. However, studies show that over half of all marriages end in divorce. As more people are recognizing the reality of divorce, prenuptial agreements are becoming popular among millennials, particularly women.

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